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A complete reproduction of "The Flowing Bowl- What and When To Drink, Full Instructions How To Prepare, Mix and Serve Beverages", written by "The Only William" William Schmidt, published 1891. This classic drinks and cocktails book presents recipes for mixed drinks and punches, as well as advice and history on beers, wines and some non-alcoholic beverages, and also includeA complete reproduction of "The Flowing Bowl- What and When To Drink, Full Instructions How To Prepare, Mix and Serve Beverages", written by "The Only William" William Schmidt, published 1891. This classic drinks and cocktails book presents recipes for mixed drinks and punches, as well as advice and history on beers, wines and some non-alcoholic beverages, and also includes chapters on beer, ales and wines. William Schmidt included sample menus detailing beverage matches for each course. Dedicated to all bartenders and cocktail lovers! Feel free to take a look at our complete reprint catalog of VINTAGE COCKTAIL BOOKS at www.VintageCocktailBooks.com...

Title : The Flowing Bowl: What and When to Drink
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ISBN : 9781440449857
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 292 Pages
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The Flowing Bowl: What and When to Drink Reviews

  • Christopher Zulueta
    2018-11-13 04:20

    The "Only William" was an exceptional bartender and the jealousy of Harry Johnson. His particular style is more in line with my personal tastes (ingredients and cocktail names--half the work). His love of pretty cocktails with the utilization of Creme de roses and ice cream kind of gives me an eerie déjà vu. For any romantic who is looking into a glimpse at the turn of the 19th century away from the dogmatic Johnson and Thomas, look no further. William Schmidt was a bit of a sexist when it came to tending (see Wondriches introduction), yet his ostentatious style and selection of poetry suggests him to be very distinguished and often overlooked.